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Music Replay 2023

Posted on Tuesday, November 28th, 2023

Dave!The big thing over the past week has been people sharing their Spotify Wrapped list.

I don't have Spotify, but Apple Music has a similar feature called "Reply" which allows you to revist the music you listened to most over the past year.

My Apple Replay Top Artists for 2023...

  1. Fly By Midnight
  2. The 1975
  3. Pet Shop Boys
  4. MUNA
  5. Post Malone
  6. Taylor Swift
  7. Run The Jewels
  8. Slayer
  9. P!nk
  10. Kacey Musgraves
  11. The Weeknd
  12. Wrabel
  13. Miley Cyrus
  14. Cannons
  15. Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey

Kinda an ecclectic list there. Though it really doesn't tell the full story, because a lot of the music I listen to is in my car and not counted.

While driving, my favorite thing to listen to is old-school rap and hip-hop. I have a half-dozen CD's burned which has all those amazing Yo! MTV Raps classics on them. Biggie, LL, Dre, Big Daddy Kane, Eminem, Public Enemy, Wu-Tang... the list goes on and on. They're just such amazing tracks to have slamming into your brain while trying to navigate the horrors of the road. I burned them decades ago, and kept them in my car because I only have a CD player. There's other CDs, of course, but these are my favorites.

Eternally stuck in the 80's. That's me.

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  1. martymankins says:

    I rarely use Spotify. I’m a YouTube Music subscriber. Your list is very diversified.

  2. I was sure I had Cannons and Post Malone in my list, but they didn’t show up. This made me curious, though.

    1. Florence + the Machine
    2. Maggie Rogers
    3. Phoebe Bridgers
    4. Vallis Alps
    5. Holly Humberstone
    6. Morgan Wade
    7. The Beatles
    8. First Aid Kit
    9. Band of Horses
    10. The 1975
    11. Basia Bulat
    12. Phosporescent
    13. Black Belt Eagle Scout
    14. Sam Barber
    15. Marcus Mumford
    16. Radiohead
    17. Elliott Greer
    18. Blondshell
    19. Phantogram
    20. Zach Bryan

    • Dave2 says:

      I was very surprised that The Beatles were not on mine. I think it’s because most of these bands are just in my playlist that gets recycled whereas The Beatles are something more intentional. In other news… Black Belt Eagle Scout?!?

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